There are a number of factors that must taken into consideration when working with, or who is working with, a coworker or someone who is traveling with a group. First and foremost, be aware of what is happening in the building. If the alarm comes in at the same time, its time for you to act. If the call comes in and there is a fire, you have a limited window of opportunity to act.

If the alarm comes in and there is a major incident, you have to act. The more in your area, the more you can act. A call to 911 is a call to act.

A call from a fire with injuries or death is a call to act. A call to the hospital, Xray, CAT scan, etc is a call to act. A call to the fire station, pick up the phone and ask for the numbers for the ambulance are a few. But act.

By all means, use whatever method or means you need to act. It may take longer for your call to be returned, or it may be quicker. The delay will not affect the response times. However, if you make a mistake or are unsure of what to do, you need to know as much as you can about the building, and act accordingly.

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